Monday, June 28, 2021

Emma's Quest by T.R. Willard - Book Tour & Review

Emma’s Quest by T. R. Willard


Let's discover the path on Emma's quest, to protect and respect the earthlings among us.

 Emma will show you how precious her life, your life and all the creatures on this planet's lives are by going on a legendary quest so we can all fill our lives with love.

 This is the first illustrated book for children by T. R. Willard aimed at young readers from 4 upwards.


Information about the Book

Title: Emma’s Quest

Author: T. R. Willard

Release Date: 24th June 2021

Genre: Picture Book

Page Count: 48

Publisher: Clink Street Publishing

Amazon Link:

My Review
Emma's Quest is a cute book aimed at younger children, but it may be a little better for slightly older children. It follows a little girl named Emma, who gets lonely and decides to go on a quest to find some friends. Her mom lets her go off alone, and along the way, she finds a snake, a cow a bear, and a dog.
Each creature is asked if they would like to be friends with Emma, and each time, the creatures worry they may become something else at the hands of Emma (i.e. a steak, a bearskin rug, a handbag, or a "bait" dog). This is a bit dark and maybe not entirely appropriate for younger readers, as I don't think they'd understand the full implications of what happens to these animals in real life. 
I suppose if a young reader is a bit more mature and can have a conversation about things like where steak/beef comes from, or that bears are skinned for rugs, then that's fine. I would definitely suggest having that conversation and explaining that these things happen, and that it's okay to eat meat (in terms of the cow worrying about becoming steak). 
While the story is a bit on the darker side for younger readers, it is illustrated nicely, and the rhyming scheme is easy to read. 
I'd give Emma's Quest 4 stars. 

Author Information

T.R Willard was born on 26th October 1988 at Laniado Hospital and grew up in Jerusalem, Israel. 

Her father, Patrick Shmuel, is a musician, a singer and her mother, Martine Miryam, is a musician and a music therapist in Israel. 

Rachel is a published writer in Israel. Her first book ''Persecuted'' was published in 2016 in Hebrew and soon to be translated into English.
The young Rachel grew up with a great passion for art, music and since she was 8 she started writing down her dreams which gave her wonderful ideas for her first stories. “The only everlasting this is my imagination,’’ she has said.




Tour Schedule

Monday 28th June

Jazzy Book Reviews


Tuesday 29th June

C is for Claire Reads


Wednesday 30th June

The Phantom Paragrapher


Thursday 1st July

Karen and her Books


Friday 2nd July

Rosie Writes



Saturday 3rd July

Twilight Reader


Sunday 4th July

Loretta and Books


Monday 5th July

Georgia Books


Tuesday 6th July





Wednesday 7th July

Donna’s Book Blog


Friday 9th July

Dash Fan Book Reviews


Nadia’s World of Books


Saturday 10th July



Sunday 11th July

Mummy Life and Books

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